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From words to music - Award-winning composer and performer Chris Brubeck is in Stockton today for his latest world premiere. The Stockton Symphony composer-in-residence turned the poetry and prose of local youth into a musical masterpiece. Today on Insight, hear what Brubeck thinks about the project, as well as his experience living in the area. You'll also meet some of the high school students whose writings inspired Brubeck. Armenian genocide scholars - Prominent Turkish-American scholar...
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PBS | NPR Forum Network News & Public Affairs
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Noam Chomsky, professor, linguistics, MIT; Robert Fisk, correspondent, The Independent Robert Fisk, journalist for the UK-based publication, The Independent , recounts his experiences traveling around the world and living in the Middle East, Fisk speaks on history and geopolitics in the Middle East. His focus is on the problems with journalism in the United States, which include an over-reliance on what government authorities say and the common mode of reporting "from Baghdad" but...
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Democracy Now!
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* Headlines for August 10, 2005 * Landmark Decision Overturns Cuba 5 Convictions * Maher Arar Fights to Keep Torture Suit Against U.S. Government Alive * Did Speaker Hastert Accept Turkish Bribes to Deny Armenian Genocide and Approve Weapons Sales?
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Democracy Now!
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* Headlines for April 22, 2005 * Report: ExxonMobil Spends Millions Funding Global Warming Skeptics * The Armenian Genocide: 90 Years Later Turkey Continues to Deny the Extermination of a People
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